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OK if you can live with CAT D
 

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MK5 CAT D with no leather? Good luck shifting that. And the blue one in Bedford has been on there for months so defo something wrong with that
 

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No leather, no nothing - proper poverty spec that one... and then to add insult to injury it's a CAT D!

MK5 CAT D with no leather? Good luck shifting that. And the blue one in Bedford has been on there for months so defo something wrong with that
 
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That blue one has been advertised before a while ago.
 

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I was the one who visited the blue one and look well dodgy, It had deep scratches in most panels and dreadful condition inside, more than likely a log book loan car that has been ragged within an inch of its life!

As the saying goes you get what you paid for. We all know MK5's are worth way more than these silly prices, well for the time being!
 

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We have information on our database regarding P55UAF, a Volkswagen Golf S (5 Door Hatchback). Check before youbuy. Choose a check to proceed.

Its basically a 1.6 and someone has put a 3.2 lump in and a bodykit? to get cheap insurance and tax??
 

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We have information on our database regarding P55UAF, a Volkswagen Golf S (5 Door Hatchback). Check before youbuy. Choose a check to proceed.
it actually comes up with that line no matter which registration number you put in, to try and get you to buy their service, by implying there is something dodgy.
 

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it actually comes up with that line no matter which registration number you put in, to try and get you to buy their service, by implying there is something dodgy.
well thats cheeky
 

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well thats cheeky
It is a little but they are not lying as they do have information on their database, it just you automatically assume it's something bad and that's exactly what their business model relies on.
 
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